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Duluth, GA, United States
|+1 Poorly written. It also note Post Office, FedEx and UPS. I don't think the FedEx driver would leave package at Post Office|
Order Date: Monday, 2 December 2012, 11:23 AM
Your parcel has arrived at the post office at December 4.Our postrider was unable to deliver the parcel to you.
To receive a parcel, please, go to the nearest our office and show this postal receipt.
GET POSTAL RECEIPT
Best Regards, The FedEx Team.
Â© FedEx 1995-2012
|No Name (Mount Laurel, NJ, United States) Added the following extra information on :2012-12-07 16:20:57|
E-mail address masks as UPSService, full address is NoReplyHV@neworleans.com. I received the same e-mail listed here, including the same order #. Obvious phish, in addition to already mentioned use of UPS in e-mail mask, FedEx label (but not accurate FedEx branding, colors and font are off), and saying it arrived at "the post office" the instructions say to "please go to the nearest (sic) our office and show this postal receipt" with a link below to "Get Postal Receipt". Besides the obvious issues with it and the fact that delivery services leave notices at the location (most of the time they don't have your e-mail address), it says to go to the nearest office, not specifying which one or including a FedEx locator tool or link.
The URL the 'Get Postal Receipt' points to is http://elearning.kaplan.edu.au/XQARZRQKHQ/php?php=receipt.
The is the worst attempt at creating a scam e-mail I have ever seen. I hope no one got paid for coming up with this garbage.